Monday, January 18, 2010

Different types of drawing.

Life Drawing, Emotive Drawing, Sketching, Analytic Drawing, Perspective Drawing, Geometric Drawing, Diagrammatic Drawing, Illustration Drawing.

Life Drawing: drawing as a means of expression; drawing from direct observation, as in still-life or figure drawing, Emotive Drawing: drawing, like painting, as an expressive way to explore and put forth feeling, mood, self, time, and so on; drawing as a sensitive expression of personality, Sketching: drawing in order to explain or actively think through a problem; drawing through the act of visualizing; drawing actively and loosely, Analytic Drawing: drawing as a way to dissect, understand and represent; drawing from observation, Perspective Drawing: drawing as a way to represent volume, space, light, eye-level (horizon), surface planes, and scale, Geometric Drawing: drawing as a means to precisely represent all aspects of construction; drawing that shows measured scale, true sides, sections, and a variety of descriptive views, Diagrammatic Drawing: drawing in order to investigate, explore, and document concepts and ideas; drawing as an active design process where ideas evolve due to adjacencies and happenstance, Illustration Drawing: drawing in order to document; drawing to clearly state and render intent, style, size, color, character, effect.

1 comment:

  1. The mind map focuses on too many points. The ideas are too vauge. The root cause is that there are too many ideas being branched out. This problem should be addressed as if we do not do so our ideas will be too general and not elaborated on. We can focus on one or two points only so that our presentation is focused and is not too vauge.